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  • Guide to the Art and Print Collection, 1744-1995
    variety of drawings paintings prints and other artwork donated to the Oviatt Library Background The Oviatt Library created this collection of materials for study and research Extent 2 42 linear feet Restrictions Copyright for unpublished materials authored or otherwise produced by the creator s of this collection has not been transferred to California State University Northridge Copyright status for other materials is unknown Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by

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  • Art, artists, museums and the San Francisco Museum of Art : oral history transcript / and related material, 1960.
    Suzanne B interviewer Creator Contributor Regional Cultural History Project University of California Berkeley Abstract Notes her education and early museum associations the San Francisco Museum of Art art and museums in modern society associations with UNESCO Guggenheim Museum New Delhi National Museum and various art exhibitions To this has been added pictures portraits explanatory letters and clippings Additional material from Dr Morley in portfolio Date 1960 issued Subject n us San Francisco Museum of Art Unesco Art Museums Museum directors United States Note Grace Louise McCann Morley tape recorded interviews conducted by Suzanne B Reiss in March April 1960 Regional Cultural History Project University of California Berkeley Calif 1960 Phonotape also available Transcript Also available on microfilm Original interview excerpt recording Also available online Copyright by The Regents of the University of California This manuscript is made available for research purposes only Requests for permission to quote for publication should be addressed to the Regional Oral History Office The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Type Oral histories Physical Description xi 246 leaves 28 cm related material 1 sound tape reel analog 3 3 4 ips 2 track 7 in 1 microfilm reel negative Rich 615 19 and positive Language

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  • Art by Daniel Moore and photographs of the Floating Lotus Magic Opera Company [graphic]
    Opera Company Creator Contributor Moore Daniel 1940 creator Abstract Artwork by Daniel Moore as well as photographs of performances by the company Includes performances of Bliss apocalypse and The walls are running blood Date ca 1965 ca 1970 issued Subject n us ca Floating Lotus Magic Opera Company Berkeley Calif Pictorial works Theatrical companies California Berkeley Pictorial works Hippies California Berkeley Pictorial works Theatrical productions California Berkeley Psychedelic art Specimens

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  • Finding aid for Art Center (Europe) records
    College of Design Archives View entire collection guide PDF 68 99 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Art Center Europe opened in the fall of 1986 with 39 students from 13 countries It offered a preparatory program a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communication Design and a Bachelor of Science in Product Design and Transportation Design The school closed just before its tenth anniversary in March 1996 This collection consists of correspondence administrative files blueprints and clippings that document Art Center Europe s creation operation and closure Background 1981 1983 At the initiative of European industry and business Art Center began researching the feasibility of establishing a European campus The Château de Sully at La Tour de Peilz Switzerland was selected as the future home of Art Center Europe Extent 7 5 linear foot 12 box Restrictions All requests for permission to publish reproduce or quote from materials in this collection must be submitted to Art Center College of Design Archives Availability No restrictions Collection is open for research by appointment Collection Overview Collection Details Descriptive Summary Access Publication Rights Preferred Citation Chronology Compiled from History and Highlights in Series

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  • Finding aid of the Art Center Wives Club
    serve as a social and support group for the wives of the college s male students This collection consists of newsletters minutes correspondence photographs and other materials which document the planning activities events and meetings of the Art Center Wives Club Background Founded in 1956 the Art Center Wives Club was sponsored by Art Center to serve as a social and support group for the wives of the college s male students With monthly meetings the group had guest speakers played bridge and shared news of jobs and available apartments After it had become well established the Art Center Wives Club sponsored dances picnics and talent shows and volunteered time to a variety of community organizations The group tried to make new students wives welcome and often had a part in student orientation In the mid 1960s the club organized and printed a cookbook as well as put on a skit parodying the trials of new students and their wives The group printed another cookbook in 1974 For most of the organization s approximate twenty year history it printed a monthly newsletter The Breadwinners Review The group s liaison with the school was Mildred Heredeen It is not clear when

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  • Art, competence and citywide cooperation for San Francisco : oral history transcript / and related material, 1974-1980.
    Office Abstract Growing up in California in Japanese household her parents farm internment during World War II study of art her career as an artist community involvement particularly in public school art programs service on city and state art commissions and panels Copies of photographs inserted Followed by transcript of interview with her husband Albert Lanier tape recorded 1979 Architecture Gardens and the Individual 5 32 p Also with these as documentary material supplementing the interviews copies of reports on school art programs invitations for gallery showings clippings etc 1 box Date 1974 issued Subject n us ca San Francisco Calif Art Commission Women artists California Biography Japanese California Biography Art Study and teaching California Architects California Biography United States California Berkeley Note Ruth Asawa tape recorded interview conducted by Harriet Nathan in 1974 and 1976 Regional Oral History Office the Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Calif 1980 Also available online Copyright by The Regents of the University of California This manuscript is made available for research purposes only Requests for permission to quote for publication should be addressed to the Regional Oral History Office The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Type Oral histories Physical Description print 13

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  • Finding Aid for the Art Council. Exhibition files, minutes of meetings, and scrapbooks. 1952-1994.
    and documents regarding loans participants publicity posters catalogues sales admissions finances insurance opening events previews dinner events and other materials relating to the planning and execution of exhibitions and events Additionally files include Executive Committee and Board of Directors meeting minutes and acquisition files Extent 12 8 linear ft 22 boxes 3 cartons 1 oversize box Restrictions Copyright of portions of this collection has been assigned to The Regents of

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  • Art Directors Guild collection
    contents Description The Art Directors Guild collection spans the years 1937 2000 bulk 1940 1965 The collection contains over 25 linear feet of manuscripts over 13 linear feet of photographs and more than 1 200 drawings It documents the work of art directors such as Ken Anderson Albert Brenner Richard Day Ernst Fegte Alexander Golitzen David Hall William A Horning Urie McCleary Richard H Riedel Allen Smith Jack Martin Smith J Russell Spencer and Lyle Wheeler The materials were assembled by the Art Directors Guild as a reference collection over a number of years Background The Art Directors Guild local 800 is part of the International Alliance of Theatrical and Stage Employees IATSE The Guild began in 1924 when a group of working art directors formed the Cinemagundi Club as a social forum In 1937 the Club became the Society of Motion Picture Art Directors In 2000 the Society became the Art Directors Guild The Guild includes art directors scenic title and graphic artists illustrators and matte artists and set designers and model makers Extent 25 2 linear feet of papers 13 9 linear feet of photographs 1 253 artworks Restrictions Property rights to the physical object belong to the

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